So this SEO expert walks into a bar, grill, pub, public house, Irish bar, bartender, drinks, beer, wine, liquor… but in case that doesn’t sound funny enough, think about another one (I just came up with it a few minutes ago, didn’t find it anywhere on the Internet): “A group of SEO experts goes to the Zoo. After a while, they all run like hell. – What happened? – They saw a Panda!” Now… what’s the connection between these and Google Sets? Keywords, that’s the answer, keywords!
Usually described as a Web-based service that “Generates a list of items when users enter a few examples,” Google Sets is very easy to use, but can surely help you find some keywords related to the ones you enter, and since I know everyone runs out of ideas every once in a while… why not take it for a spin? To give you another short quote, they say that “For example, entering “Green, Purple, Red” emits the list “Green, Purple, Red, Blue, Black, White, Yellow, Orange, Brown.” and, in case that’s not enough, there’s no need to look anywhere else but a few pixels below – that screenshots should give you a clear idea, don’t you think?
As it happens with most Google Labs products, Google Sets is a free service, so there shouldn’t be anything to stop you from taking it for a quick run, unless you’re already using some uber-awesome SEO tool that can also get this job of generating similar keywords done. In that case, I must ask you for some help: please enlighten us and share the name of that tool with the rest of the world, will you? Thanks in advance! 😉